ESPA Deltas presentations at Deltas in Times of Climate Change Conference

ESPA Deltas will be presenting 13 papers and six posters at the Deltas in Time of Climate Change II International Conference in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, on 24-26 September 2014. The details are as follows:

1. Nicholls et al, Assessing health, livelihoods, ecosystem services and poverty alleviation in populous deltas
2. Whitehead et al, Modelling Impacts of Climate Change and Societal Change on flows and nutrients in the GBM Delta of Bangladesh
3. Lazar et al, Integration of bio-physical and livelihood dynamics for analysis of poverty in coastal Bangladesh
4. Haque et al, Water and Sediment Transport Processes in the Estuarine Systems of the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna delta
5. Salehin et al, Spatial variation in soil salinity in relation to hydro-climatic factors in southwest coastal Bangladesh
6. Lim et al, The disaster management governance framework of Bangladesh - A model of good practice?
7. Lim et al, Multi-scale governance of ecosystem services and poverty in the GBM Delta - the Resilience Challenge
8. Fernandes et al, Projecting fish production in Bangladesh under climate change
9. Caesar et al, High-resolution climate change projections for Bangladesh
10. Szabo et al, Rural development and food insecurity in the Ganges Brahmaputra Delta: Challenges and prospects
11. Rahman et al, Sediment Re-circulation in the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna Estuaries and its implications for Ecosystem Services
12. Sarker et al, Assessing the rate of subsidence in the Bengal Delta
13. Adams et at, Drivers, constraints dynamics of well being from ecosystem services in the deltaic environments of Bangladesh

1. Hutton et al, Spatial Modelling of the Association between Agricultural Land Use and Poverty in the Ganges-Brahmaputra Delta
2. Huq et al, Contested Governance of Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation in Southwest Bangladesh
3. Huq et al, Livelihoods in transformed floodplain: A case of flood polder in southwest Bangladesh
4. Mukhopadhyay et al, Dynamics of the tidal creeks of Bangladesh Sundarban: An indicator of Sea Level Rise?
5. Hazra et al, Erosion and submergence of New Moore Island from Sundarban delta
6. Bricheno et al, River salinity on a mega-delta, an unstructured grid model approach

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Posted 15/09/2014 12:14 by Jon Lawn

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